Community Safety Discussion Groups - Register of Interest

Closed 28 Jan 2021

Opened 8 Jan 2021


The Safer Kensington and Chelsea Partnership would like your help to find out what are the most important crime and community safety issues affecting residents and businesses in our borough.

Through a series of virtual workshops, members of the Community Safety Team would like to meet with residents and business owners of Kensington and Chelsea to discuss local crime and antisocial behaviour issues and how it affects their lives and businesses.

Why we are consulting

This is an opportunity to tell us how resources from agencies across a range of statutory services, including Police, Council, The National Probation Service, and Health services - should be used to make the borough a safer place to live, work and learn.

As a result of this consultation, alongside crime analysis and research, a Community Safety Plan will be written. This will explain how the Safer Kensington and Chelsea Partnership will work together to reduce crime and its affects. This is also an opportunity to share how you would like to get involved or hear more about the Safer Kensington and Chelsea Partnership’s work.

The virtual workshops take place on the following dates and times:

Tuesday 2nd Feb 10am – 11am 
Tuesday 2nd Feb 5:30pm  - 6:30pm
Wednesday 3rd Feb 2pm – 3pm
Wednesday 3rd Feb 5pm – 6pm
Tuesday 9th Feb 6pm – 7pm

We value your time and for any residents and/or business owners that contribute to the virtual workshops will be given a £25 voucher as a thank you.

To book a place at a virtual workshop please complete the survey by clicking the link below. The focus groups are open to any resident or business owner of RBKC who is aged over 18 years. Please register your interest by Thursday 28 January 11:59pm. 

Please note, that due to the limited number of attendees we can have at each session, we will not be able to guarantee a space. Selection will be determined on a first come, first serve basis. 

If you have any queries you can contact or 020 7361 3000.

If you are not able to attend a virtual workshop due to digital access, please let the Community Safety Team know and a telephone appointment will be made for you with a council officer.


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